Posts Tagged ‘wealth management’


Social Security Numbers Define Our Identities

If you don’t have a Social Security number, do you really exist? About 480 million Social Security cards have been issued since the system began in 1936 – and by now, the numbers on that card define our identity for everything from hospital admissions to getting a new car loan. It’s the closest thing in […]

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Can Scarcity Thinking Sabotage Success?

Can you really attract wealth just by changing your thoughts, as promised by self-help gurus everywhere? Though it seems that those self-proclaimed experts are attracting their own wealth just by persuading you that it’s true so you’ll buy their courses and books, psychologists and life coaches say that limiting beliefs you may not even be […]

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Stress Can Derail Financial Success

Medical professionals have been saying for years that stress can take years off your life. For a number of financial professionals, that may literally be true, as a string of suicides and other mysterious deaths rock the international banking community. The world of finance is a high stress, high stakes place – and new studies […]

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Identify Theft Insurance: Promises, Promises?

Is your identity safe? High profile incidents like the recent data hack that stole the information of Target shoppers at Thanksgiving 2013 and revelations about domestic surveillance have kicked consumer anxiety about cybersecurity into high gear. And where fear exists, opportunists aren’t far behind. Case in point: the new – and profitable – business of […]

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Too Much Information = Too Little Action?

A little knowledge, so they say, is a dangerous thing. But in an age of 24/7 access to information about anything, too much knowledge may not be a good thing either. As psychologists, efficiency experts and financial advisors point out, it’s all too easy to become paralyzed by the constant need to learn more, stay […]

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